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Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Mid-Day Lighting
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to turn the harsh, direct light and deep shadows of high noon to your advantage in the fourth article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Overcast Weather
Photographer Jim Zuckerman talks about the advantages of shooting when there's a thick cloud cover in the eleventh article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Robert Morrissey Lighting Rooms
How do you light a space featuring two models, one product, fifteen reflective materials, overhead tungsten lights, and a window? Robert Morrissey explains.
Quentin Décaillet What Umbrella Do I Need?
Umbrellas are the perfect tool for both starters and advanced photographers. It's a great and inexpensive tool to experiment with lighting. They produce a soft light well-suited to wedding and portraiture photography
Glenn Rand White-Line and Black-Line Lighting
Dr. Glenn Rand demonstrates how to use lights, reflectors, flags, and mirrors to create precisely controlled shots of glass objects.
Allison Earnest Incident and Reflected Light
Allison Earnest explains how to evaluate, manipulate, and meter incident and reflected light to sculpt a portrait.
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Shooting at Sunrise and Sunset
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to take advantage of the many lighting options and special qualities that dawn and dusk present in the second article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Billy Pegram Light Placement
In this excerpt from Lighting Techniques for Photographing Model Portfolios, Billy Pegram demonstrates how to bring out a model's beauty, change the tone of a shot, and play up (or down) specific physical features—all by positioning your lights.
Bill Hurter The Five Basic Portrait-Lighting Setups
Paramount. Loop. Rembrandt. Split. Rim. Bill Hurter provides light-by-light instructions and diagrams to show you how to create these essential portrait setups.

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